Why The Location Is Vital When Choosing A Commercial Property
Get acquainted with a competent real estate agent that does a lot of business in the neighborhood you’re investigating. Have him or her search the local Multiple Listing Service database and pull up “active listings, pending sales, and sold comps” for the area. If you plan to flip you want an active market – one, it makes it easier to estimate a final retail value for the properties you’re considering buying and two it shows that there are active buyers in the market now. Even if you plan to rent you still want to own in a location that is in demand.
It can be a long time between signing your original Purchase and Sale Contract and closing on the Property. 90 days is typical and even longer is not uncommon in today’s market.
Investors normally valuate a house or commercial property based on how much income it will produce. They determine the amount of rent a property will command, divided by the purchase price. This is ROI, or return on investment. If you are buying a home to live in, this is not really relevant to your situation.
Training – Invest in retail sales training for your employees. The add-on and up-selling results will begin to benefit your retail profit picture immediately.
Contact the main office of the district(s) serving the neighborhoods you’re interested in. Check the standardized test scores for the district. Obviously, the higher the better as an indicator of how well the district is perceived to be doing. You may be able to find the scores on line too.
Of course, it goes without saying that proper care should be taken when planning your retirement. It is not something that can be done in a jiffy. You have take everything into account, like long term financial plans, expenses in the future, healthcare, accommodation, taxes and so on. Basically retirement planning involves taking into consideration everything you will need when you grow old and are no longer working.
In many respects it takes time to connect with the right prospects and build the trust that will open the door on future business. With the major clients you will find that many agents are chasing them just as you are. To connect with these top clients, something has to trigger the relationship and build that trust that they want to see.
Efficiency floor area ratio is an important factor. Many land lords / brokers give an offhand figure of the floor area. Go by the floor lay out plan. As most spaces leased out are on supper area, floor efficiency ratio changes from one development to another, from ground floor plate area to a higher floor plate. Get the minimum wastage of the space you lease out.